The scaling of Maxwell's equations is due to basic facts of nature described in

Gravity Volume Theory. This is the neo-Maxwell gravitic scaling that uses the most

primitive dimensions: time and length, tau and r, a time constant and the proton radius r.

Maxwell's variables are given in terms of the proton radius and two time constants in 8D.

Magnitudes are revealed and vectors are not shown. Maxwell named four variables:

E ELECTRIC FIELD INTENSITY, Volts per meter

D electric displacement field, Coulomb per square meter

H MAGNETIC FIELD INTENSITY, Ampere per meter

B magnetic flux density, Weber per square meter

v1 = 1 meter per second, normalized velocity

v = relative velocity from a proton to an electron

n is number of protons per cubic meter

M is the number of protons paired with M remote electrons

r is proton radius, q is proton charge. Notice that H does not depend on distance R.

R is the distance from some protons to a place in an E field.

H depends on the relative velocity v and the M variable. M changes depending on

the materials of the transformer, plasma, or semiconductor.

r = 0.950000 * 10^-15 meters

tau = 5.131534 * 10^-9 seconds

tau_e = 3.810615 * 10^-29 seconds = G tau / k

G = Newton Universal Gravitational Constant

k = Coulomb Constant

tau is calculated by dropping a rock for

1 second and measuring z, height fallen.

N = number of baryons in Earth

V = proton volume

z = 4.9033 meters on Earth

A = area of Earth at radius R

R = 6,378,000 meters

-f = 2 N1 M2 r^3/(3CR^2) = force of gravity on M2

where N1 is the number of baryons in a first mass M1

where a second mass is M2

where Q2 is a charge repelled by E field from n

C = 5.131534*10^-9 second^2

Conclusion

The interiors of protons are affecting the outsides. Replacements

for Newton's and Coulomb's force formulas are provided.

f = g M2

f = E Q2

April 12, 2018 Alan Folmsbee

Gravity Volume Theory. This is the neo-Maxwell gravitic scaling that uses the most

primitive dimensions: time and length, tau and r, a time constant and the proton radius r.

Maxwell's variables are given in terms of the proton radius and two time constants in 8D.

Magnitudes are revealed and vectors are not shown. Maxwell named four variables:

E ELECTRIC FIELD INTENSITY, Volts per meter

D electric displacement field, Coulomb per square meter

H MAGNETIC FIELD INTENSITY, Ampere per meter

B magnetic flux density, Weber per square meter

**gravito-Maxwellian Equations****gravito-Maxwellian Equations****g = 2 N1 r^3 / (-3 C R^2)**_{}^{}v1 = 1 meter per second, normalized velocity

v = relative velocity from a proton to an electron

n is number of protons per cubic meter

M is the number of protons paired with M remote electrons

r is proton radius, q is proton charge. Notice that H does not depend on distance R.

R is the distance from some protons to a place in an E field.

H depends on the relative velocity v and the M variable. M changes depending on

the materials of the transformer, plasma, or semiconductor.

r = 0.950000 * 10^-15 meters

tau = 5.131534 * 10^-9 seconds

tau_e = 3.810615 * 10^-29 seconds = G tau / k

G = Newton Universal Gravitational Constant

k = Coulomb Constant

tau is calculated by dropping a rock for

1 second and measuring z, height fallen.

**tau = NV* 1 second / (zA)**N = number of baryons in Earth

V = proton volume

z = 4.9033 meters on Earth

A = area of Earth at radius R

R = 6,378,000 meters

**Gravity Field is Like E field, mass independent****g = -2N1 r^3/(3CR^2)**-f = 2 N1 M2 r^3/(3CR^2) = force of gravity on M2

where N1 is the number of baryons in a first mass M1

where a second mass is M2

where Q2 is a charge repelled by E field from n

C = 5.131534*10^-9 second^2

Conclusion

The interiors of protons are affecting the outsides. Replacements

for Newton's and Coulomb's force formulas are provided.

f = g M2

f = E Q2

April 12, 2018 Alan Folmsbee

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